High Blood Pressure (Hypertension):There is a reason and the hyphenation of hypertension may be complicated. In addition to correct chemical and liquid balance, the kidneys called a hormone renin. Renin helps control blood pressure. Sometimes kidney disease can cause high blood pressure.Acidosis:The kidney also controls the amount of acid in the body. CKD affected person can be very acid body situation, that is called acidosis and may cause many health problems.
Bone Disease:kidney keep body calcium and phosphorus at the right level. CKD can change the level of calcium bone; The transition is known as the urinary traumatic disease or urinates bone glands can have thinner bones and vomiting and can’t breathe easily.Using phosphate medicines is often used to reduce the effect of high blood phosphorus in the bone.
Vitamin ‘D’ may require the same or specific type of product. There is need to bind your phosphate to your iron pills.Take an iron and phosphate tie with food on an empty stomach.DIETChange in diet and lifestyle:When kidneys are not working at optimum, wastes build up in blood instead of being removed by the kidneys. That is why a special diet is important to follow.
Some foods may need to be changed in the diet for a CKD patient. This may include limiting protein, carbohydrates, fat, fluid, sodium, potassium and phosphorous in the diet.Patient must watch his/her calories. A dietician can help design a meal plan for a CKD patient.Protein:Urea is a waste product that comes from the breakdown of protein. Urea is removed from the blood by kidneys and leaves your body in your urine. Too much protein in the diet makes the kidneys work harder and can cause more kidney damage.
Since protein is needed for the body, a careful balance is needed to keep your nutrition at best.Calories:It is very important to eat the right amount of calories. Calories come from carbohydrates, proteins, fats, and alcohol.
It is very important for a CKD patient to get enough calories. Your family and dietician can play an important role in helping you keep this under control.Carbohydrates:Carbohydrates are found in bread, cereals, rice, potatoes, fruits and vegetables, sugar, honey, cookies, cakes, sweets, and drinks. Again, follow the diet guidelines suggested by your dietician and doctor.